University-approved medical-marijuana panel

Diego Saldaña-Rojas/Entertainment Director 

A new on-campus student organization, Students for Sensible Drug Policy, will be hosting medical marijuana patient Irvin Rosenfeld to discuss his experience with the Supreme Court, and his views on the status of the War on Drugs. Kelly Milagro, vice president, of SSDP is inspired by Rosenfeld struggle against his rare bone disease and the government.

“He’s lived through decades of being  a patient. He’ s the second patient in the US to be allowed to have medical cannabis,” said Milagro.

The first portion of the event will have Rosenfeld discussing his experiences with medical marijuana. The second portion of the event will be a panel discussion with University professors: Michael Weissberg, Eduardo Gamara, Jose Miguel Cruz and Dario Moreno, as well as Rosenfeld. Students are encouraged to participate and ask questions.

“I’m leaving the floor open to ask whatever they feel comfortable with,” said Milagro.

The event will take place on Nov. 6 at Graham Center 314 from 11 a.m. -1 p.m. and is open to all. 

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Diego Saldaña
: Opinion Director, Broadcast Major. Interests: Vintage motorcycles, cycling, collecting vinyl records, history.

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